Technology Think Tank: Apps and Other Tech Tools for the High School Classroom

Let's face it! Technology can be overwhelming. BUT, it's here to stay, AND it's useful in the classroom. I've been on the technology team for my school since it's inception (for about six years, now); we've actually just scaled back the frequency of our meetings because we feel our school has finally caught up to... Continue Reading →



While at times I am overwhelmed by technology, I also embrace the possibilities it opens up to students and me. I decided to become i-connected when the iPad 2 was released (I was already using my iPod and iPhone). I set my alarm to the wee hours of the morning to be among the first... Continue Reading →

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